Definitions

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  • n. offensive inquisitiveness

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The more you can make your interviewee your partner in the research process, rather than merely a passive subject for your pen, the less likely you are to provoke a negative reaction to your snoopiness.

    Author! Author! » 2005 » August

  • Voices came through the pharm's com system, transforming her snoopiness back to terror.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • But that's all just general public snoopiness about private lives - what "West Wing" writer

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  • The cameras will, among other feats of snoopiness, snap the license plates of vehicles exceeding the speed limit, sending the owner a ticket via snail mail. here …

    The Liberal Doomsayer

  • If for no other reason, he'll be keeping contact with us out of his inborn snoopiness and curiosity. "

    Ernst Ellert Returns

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